Clery Act

The Clery Act is a consumer protection law that aims to provide transparency around campus crime policy and statistics.  Schools should inform students, parents, potential students, employees and potential employees of the crimes that are occurring on and around campus.

If you experience discrimination or retaliation, or if you are aware of any form of discrimination or retaliation, please make a report. Reports help us track patterns and improve how we educate the campus and help prevent discrimination at MU.

Colleges and universities are required by the Clery Act to publish an Annual Fire Safety and Security Report (ASR) by October 1 each year.

MU 2021 Annual Fire Safety and Security Report

MU 2020 Annual Fire Safety and Security Report 

MU 2019 Annual Fire Safety and Security Report

Relationship and sexual violence prevention

To reduce power-based personal violence, a cultural shift is necessary. In order to create a cultural shift, a critical mass of people must believe:

  • Violence will not be tolerated at Mizzou
  • Everyone is expected to do their part.

A Green Dot is your individual choice at any given moment to make our campus safer. It can be any behavior, choice, word or attitude that promotes safety and communicates intolerance for power based personal violence (rape, sexual assault, relationship violence, child abuse and stalking).

Crime Notifications

The Clery Act requires that institutions provide crime notifications/timely warnings about Clery Act crimes that may pose a serious or ongoing threat to students and employees.

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